Three-film documentary profile of the life and career of the great boxing showman. 'Ali's Dozen' is a look back at twelve of Ali's most famous bouts in the ring, from his early contests with Sonny Liston, to his titanic encounters with George Foreman. The film also features his fights with Henry Cooper, George Chivulo, and Ernie Terrell as well as comments from those who were there. 'Ali's 65' focuses on the role Ali played in the turbulent cultural and social life of his country during the 60s, particularly his involvement in the civil rights movement, and his championing of minority causes. 'Ali Rap' examines how Ali made effective use of language as a means to undermine his opponents both in the media and in the ring, and how this became an integral part of his worldwide image.
Director: Joseph Maar
Subject: Muhammad Ali